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A Wonderful , Huge Hand of Jesus Shrine on the Mountain

A Family of 7 Adults ,we Visit the Healing church ,below this shrine for Prayer and Healing Mass... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
raquelneric
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Bribie Island, Australia
Serene Shrine

Our first visit to Kamay ni Hesus Shrine and we immediately felt the vibrant atmosphere of devotees... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
MaxManila
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Manila, Philippines
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 30 July 2013

kamay ni hesus at lucban quezon philippines. My first visit there was i think 2010 with my sister and uncle , we are very amaze to the views , and we promise that we will visit again here with my whole family and friends ....More

7  Thank maigan a
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 17 June 2013

I had a chance to come here during the Pahiyas festival before we went to Batis Aramin which was just in front of this place. It was very crowded and hot that time that we didn’t have energy left to climb the steps all the...More

3  Thank Ana Liza A
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Reviewed 3 days ago

A Family of 7 Adults ,we Visit the Healing church ,below this shrine for Prayer and Healing Mass around every 2 years lately . from Australia . People Suffering from Illness , Accidents and Disabilities come here to pray and with Faith for Healing Mass...More

Thank raquelneric
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our first visit to Kamay ni Hesus Shrine and we immediately felt the vibrant atmosphere of devotees and church-goers. Key pilgrimage destination is undoubtedly the tall statue of Jesus Christ with His arms extended, welcoming the faithful. You need to climb 300 steps to reach...More

Thank MaxManila
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

Visit this place if you want to interact with God and tell Him what your heart desire . although the steps going to the top is super tiring but still it is worth the effort .

Thank Abbygail S
Reviewed 29 August 2018

I am not a religious person yet i love going into this place , its very peaceful and a good place were your kids can learn some about catholic region, i suggest that When its holy month which is March or April you better not...More

Thank Elieza M
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Kamay ni Hesus (in the vernacular) is a healing church, with a grotto on a hill where devotees climb the steps to show their devotion in the hopes of receiving favor in their prayer requests. Sunday is the most popular day of the week to...More

Thank AguE_13
Reviewed 25 June 2018

That was one of the primary reasons why I went to Quezon. The long drive was worth it. That was also the reason why I booked at Batis Aramin was to witness and experience the walk to the huge Kamay Ni Hesus, The hotel staff...More

Thank 77Raine27
Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

it’s not just the hands of Christ that are wide open, the industrious people maintaining this attraction deserves recognition for their warm reception as well. you cannot see a single thing in disarray. this is a solemn place for Catholics and Christians as a whole....More

Thank 811irenef
Reviewed 1 May 2018

This is a nice place to visit. Good fascilities. And the shrine itself is a nice hike going up....quite an exercise on a hot day, but do-abble for me being of average condition.

Thank ErikHK28
Reviewed 10 April 2018

It is really good for family bonding. It enriches our spiritual beliefs. Downside - very noisy sometimes and distract our moments of praying. It was great spiritual experience. Avoid visiting this place during holy week because it would be too crowded.

Thank rence2018
Reviewed 23 February 2018

Kamay ni Jesus is one of the tourist attractions in Lucban Quezon. Its famous in its high mountain trail where you can have your novena done. Most of the Filipinos go here when its Holy week to have their devotion as catholic people. When we...More

1  Thank Joena J
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Response from Elai_Elai_Eh_Eh | Reviewed this property |
Hi there! May I just ask if you will be coming from which place? If you're coming from Cubao, you can ride a bus going to Lucena and ask the driver to drop you off in Jollibee (Lucban). From there you will ride a jeep and... More
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